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Boomi releases Kubernetes Molecule on AWS

Tue 19 Jan 2021

Cloud-based integration platform as a service (iPaaS) provider Boomi has announced an expansion of its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

The AWS Technology Partner has released Boomi Kubernetes Molecule on AWS Quick Start to provide customers on AWS enterprise data integration and delivery of integrated experiences.

Additionally, Boomi has joined the AWS Public Sector Partner Program, extending its focus on the government, education, and non-profit sectors.

This is an expansion of Boomi’s endeavour to work with AWS through pre-built offerings that help customers get started with the Boomi AtomSphere Platform to design and build application and event-driven data integrations.

Following the Boomi Molecule on AWS Quick Start introduced in 2019, the Boomi Kubernetes Molecule on AWS Quick Start enables customers to reduce time to deployment of Boomi Molecule on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). 

By reducing processes to a few steps, Boomi claims customers can deploy in under an hour.

In addition, customers can leverage the scalability of deploying a Boomi Molecule on Amazon EKS while also using the reference architectures and deployment guides.

“We’re constantly seeking ways to help customers advance their migration to the cloud and application modernisation efforts with a platform-based approach that enables integrated experiences, which instantly connect people to what they want,” states Boomi product head Ed Macosky.

“Boomi’s relationship with AWS and the development of the new Boomi Kubernetes Molecule on AWS Quick Start better enables customers to deliver integrated experiences. Through a simplified path to launching an elastic Boomi runtime at scale, customers can accelerate cloud modernisation on AWS projects.”

By joining the AWS Public Sector Partner Program, Boomi can help federal, state, and local government entities and agencies modernise and transform applications and IT. Programme participation also aids higher education organisations’ efforts to support remote learning, resilience, and campus re-entry. 

In 2019, the Boomi AtomSphere Platform achieved U.S. FedRAMP authorisation, and Boomi is now a recognised Authority to Operate (ATO) on AWS Partner. 

ATO on AWS outlines standards in security, authorisation, and monitoring of cloud services and products.

Recent, Boomi introduced its iPaaS Connector for Amazon EventBridge, an out-of-the-box integration connector. 

The connector is a source for Amazon EventBridge integrations.

Boomi’s iPaaS is designed to help users unify data, systems, applications, processes, and people. 

The AtomSphere Platform can help manage the movement of data across hybrid cloud landscapes, bringing all data together in real-time.

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